Combining mixed numbers, improper fractions, and decimals, this review and practice will enlighten your students on how to blend the different ways to write numbers while adding, subtracting, and comparing!
Lessons are based on Minnesota standards for fifth grade math, however the skills are applicable to students across the nation!
Download the file and use the problems as they are written, or clone pages and rewrite additional problems quickly to lengthen your practice sessions. Simply unlock and ungroup the text to do so!
NO ANSWER KEY IS PROVIDED, HOWEVER THE PROBLEMS ARE QUICKLY SOLVED BY THE TEACHER! As your students work through the problems, you will be able to quickly create your own key.
- converting mixed numbers to improper fractions
- converting improper fractions to mixed numbers
- converting fractions to decimals
- comparing fractions and decimals
- adding and subtracting fractions (mixed and improper) in the same problem as decimals!
- determining the least common multiple using two methods
- finding the greatest common fact
Lessons can quickly be created using the slides as a focus. I'd recommend 5 daily lessons lasting 30 minutes each. As mentioned earlier, these slides have the work already done and you can very quickly copy slides to add additional problems!
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